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Friday, August 15

Cllr McLean hits out at parade restrictions: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

'New' type of restriction placed on Rasharkin parade: The News Letter

Our political leaders must not abandon the troubled North: Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

Feile can teach us a lesson: Belfast Telegraph
Brian John Spencer

Tony Catney funeral – DUP calls for prosecutions: BBC

Priest's funeral comments disgraceful – McCausland: The News Letter

We will unmask dissidents at Tony Catney funeral, warn police: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

High-tech method of identifying terrorism suspects: Belfast Telegraph
Colin Francis

Sectarian graffiti sprayed on walls of community centre in latest attack: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Dunanney Centre in Rathcoole estate forced to close after fourth sectarian attack: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Keep Ballycastle flag and graffiti free, says Chairman: Ballymoney Times

Terror charge Scot is targeted in Belfast: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

TUV leader criticises Stormont's '£50k per week' hospitality bill: BBC

'Derry needs special attention from Stormont': Derry Journal

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness 'kissing' image raises censorship claim: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Withdraw John Redmond war stamp, says Labour TD: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Call to withdraw controversial Redmond stamp: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

Union anger at Salmond as Scotland's last commercial shipyard goes under: The Herald
Jody Harrison

Top economist – an iScotland currency union would collapse: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Scotland's referendum – Eight things that connect Scotland and Northern Ireland: BBC
Louise Sayers

If Scotland leaves the United Kingdom, is Northern Ireland next: Christian Science Monitor
Peter Geoghegan

Martina Anderson to take up EU Palestine role: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Belfast City Council taking legal advice on George Galloway visit: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

George Galloway Belfast gig at Ulster Hall sells out in wake of DUP furore: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Belfast's Peace Line and its connection to Berlin: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Yvonne Watterson

Thursday, August 14

Rasharkin parade – Unionist anger at 'apartheid'ruling: The News Letter

Allister slams Parades Commission Rasharkin restrictions as "outrageous": Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Paisley urges 'marchers and bands to maintain their impeccable reputation' over Rasharkin parade restrictions: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Minister warns Stormont 'susceptible to collapse' over welfare reform: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stephen Farry defends halting expansion of Magee campus: BBC

UPRG – Car of loyalist John Howcroft's partner is targeted in arson attack: BBC

Loyalist John Howcroft 'attacked for 120th time': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Bonfire builders told to expect crackdown: Belfast Media
Evan Short

PSNI – Two men arrested in connection with Waterside shooting: Londonderry Sentinel

Men released over paramilitary shooting: UTV

Panic in IRA mobs after 37 phones seized in jail: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Paramilitary-style funeral parade for dissident: The News Letter

Dissidents' display is an affront: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Victims' group faces closure – 'They have been fantastic. I don't know what we'll do without them': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Rory McIlroy's tragic relative who was killed in Northern Irish troubles: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Unionists defiant in face of nationalist sports row anger: Coleraine Times
Niall Deeney

A reminder of peace, where it seemed impossible – For James T. Walsh, a Hibernian salute at Coleman's: Syracuse Post-Standard
Sean Kirst

Sinn Féin resolves Leo Green dispute: BBC

Let the artists proclaim what it is to be Irish, as they did back in 1916 (Aug 13): Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Scotland Looks Forward, Ireland Looks Back: Bloomberg.com
Francis Barry

Currency still the big independence issue: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scotland, not so brave? Up to a third of voters are still wavering about their choice: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

The battle for Scottish independence is a fight between the heart and the head: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Row over George Galloway event: UTV

Grotesque irony in republicans moralising over violence in Gaza: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Wednesday, August 13

'Don't restrict parade' – Finlay: Ballymoney Times

Rasharkin parade – Allister rejects SF paramilitary claim: The News Letter

Parading row – It's a Belfast problem (Aug 11): Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

A carnival feel to the Maiden City Festival: Londonderry Sentinel

Derry, Londonderry, the Maiden City, the Walled City – Both a story of pain and of hope: Belfast Telegraph
John McAllister

Shooting target 'Scottish exile': Irish News

Michael McKevitt puts back demand for early prison release: The Irish Times
Ray Managh

George Galloway says Belfast event will go ahead: BBC

Security alert in graveyard of Coleraine Catholic church: BBC

Groups involved in altercation at Portadown train station: Portadown Times

Call to end sectarian and illegal activity: Ballymoney Times

Londonderry man, 21, flees NI 'under death threat': BBC

Michael McKevitt early release application adjourned: RTE

Donaghcloney man jailed for rioting in Belfast: Banbridge Leader

HET admits evidence mix-up on Kingsmills Massacre: The News Letter

Budget deal – Alliance Party's Stephen Farry accuses Sinn Fein and DUP of 'poor financial management': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Nicholson 'astounded' by funding cuts for victims' groups: The News Letter

Sinn Fein's John O'Dowd blasts DUP's Simon Hamilton for 'independent republic' of education jibe: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

John Bruton represents Fine Gael values – and those values are in deep trouble: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

The Irish language is being left to wither on the vine: Connacht Tribune
Harry McGee

Scottish independence – Northern Ireland's attitudes to vote: BBC
Chris Buckler

Scottish independence – A devolved Scotland would necessitate an English-only parliament, claims John Redwood: The Independent
James Cusick

George Galloway says Belfast event will go ahead: BBC

DUP says George Galloway talk at Ulster Hall 'irresponsible' and 'could incite hatred' towards Jews: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Tuesday, August 12

Bemused Belfast tourists told they're seeing 'living history' at republican anti-internment parade: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

DUP describe city's republican march as a 'parade of shame': The News Letter

Sunday best not on show as questions remain over city centre marches: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalist 'flag protest' group has Twitter account hacked: Irish Independent
Eoghan McNeill

Theft of Union flag was 'provocative act': Newtownabbey Times

Cameron concern over bonfire tyres: Antrim Times

Proceedings begin over Hamill death: UTV

Elections round-up – DUP European results predicted ahead of vote (Aug 8): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

SF forced Executive to ring-fence education cash as price for spending deal, says Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin will fight against 'Tory cuts': Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Zero sum politics at Stormont so ineffectual: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Rory McIlroy praises President Clinton for his role in North peace: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

D-Day for school poised to blaze trail for integration: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Seriously lads, this tweeter could be Taoiseach in 2016: Connacht Tribune
Dara Bradley

Sinn Fein making an impact in Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Minister says patriotism can offer certainty in modern world: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Sick and tired of 1916 ...even before 2016 begins (Aug 10): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Bruton can't continue to ignore the reality of people's lives: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Fionnuala Jay-O'Boyle is new lord lieutenant for Belfast: BBC

North's bounce back is helped by recovery in the Republic: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

The Economic Case for No: The Scotsman
John Boyle

We are not dimwits, so stop scolding us about currency (Aug 10): Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Ireland's bloody history could help other countries emerge from conflict (Aug 4): Irish Post
Sharon Ní Chonchúir

Monday, August 11

Republican parade in Belfast peaceful despite ugly scenes: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republican march – Belfast city centre parade which sparked rioting last year passes off largely peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Anti-internment march – Shops closure had 'severe impact on trade': BBC

Northern Ireland's second city has solution to parades: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Attack on stone to honour soldiers: The News Letter

Plea over son's murder – PSNI urged to revisit probe into 1996 killing of Catholic man John Molloy: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Victims' families unite in remembrance: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Omagh Bomb victim's father hails 'therapy' of rememberance event: The News Letter

Omagh bombing probe to be published: Belfast Telegraph

Empey – PM to lay out IRA-Libya policy in months ahead: The News Letter

It could be a relief for Northern Ireland to start having a 'silly season' (Jul 18): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Nationalists are to blame for any threat to Magee project (Aug 9): The News Letter
Editorial

Success in North makes case for a Garda authority: The Irish Times
Desmond Rea and Robin Masefield

Home Rule hoo-ha provides handy distraction from home truths (Aug 9): Irish Independent
Liam Fay

Military displays at remembrance events are a grotesque offence to the war dead (Aug 7): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Sinn Féin employs far more officials and staff: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Scottish independence poll – 61% No | Yes 39%: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Doubts raised about Scottish post-separation currency: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

The Scottish Nationalists are in trouble: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Scots should recall the poverty of the Irish Free State (May 1): Financial Times
Kevin Toolis

Scotland should vote for independence to be 'beacon of social justice' (Jul 22): TheGuardian.com
Steven Morris and Libby Brooks

Is England the ultimate British colony? (May 2): The Irish Times
Declan Kiberd

Boris Johnson – Britain could have glorious future outside EU: The Guardian
Rowena Mason

Sunday, August 10

March passes without incident: Derry Journal

Apprentice Boys of Derry – Police chief says city parade was 'exemplary': BBC

Maiden City Accord sets the standard for parading: The News Letter
Editorial

Anti-internment march – Tight security for republican parade and loyalist protest: BBC

Flashpoint talks bring down the peace walls: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'McGuinness to blame for Maze fiasco': Ulster Star

Unionists stage walk out during 'equality' debate in Townhall: Fermanagh Herald

McLaughlin to replace Hay: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Top Conservative MP 'revealed secrets of Bloody Sunday to Northern Irish rent boy': Daily Mirror
Nick Owens

Kincora – As this murky episode recedes ever further into the past, time is running out to shine a light on it (Aug 6): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Budget cuts will get horrific if SF won't agree to welfare reforms – Hamilton: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Nationalist fury at blow to Magee expansion: The News Letter

Time to end Stormont chicanery (Aug 8): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Humility is needed when ministers get it wrong: The News Letter
Editorial

Turning a corner in Castlederg with launch of Peace Impact Programme: Ulster Herald

Are the Gardaí a changing police force or another convenient political football? (Aug 8): Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Employing non-Irish Commissioner is 'madness' say senior gardai: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Bruton generates a mixed reaction from FG: Sunday Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

What would fallen Irish of Great War think of us today?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Bruton's dismissal of Easter Rising is just as much about 2016 as 1916: Evening Herald

Cost of separating faith and politics (May 29): Irish Catholic
David Quinn

How sweet Simon Cowell backs the union: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

There is literally nothing anyone can do to stop an independent Scotland using the pound: Sunday Herald
Alex Salmond

Saturday, August 9

Gerry Adams warns NI political process 'is in trouble': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein and DUP in fresh war of words – Peter Robinson slams Adams' comments over power-sharing concerns: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

David Ford accused of 'cowardice' over budget cuts: The News Letter

Deadlock in NI talks must be resolved – Flanagan: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Time they grew up and gave us society we crave: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Ford – I'm an avowed opponent of divisive structures: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Maiden City Accord: Derry Journal
Terry Wright

Anger over PSNI poppy 'ban' during WWI events: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Belfast City Cemetery – 'Hate crime' attack on military memorials: BBC

Fears budget cuts could signal end of HET: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

McKevitt joins prisoners seeking early release after High Court ruling: Irish Independent
Ray Managh

Bonfires blaze as nationalists mark internment date: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'More of the same' from housing minister say PPR: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Nelson McCausland must issue full apology to Housing Executive contractor: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Durkan congratulates Speaker on Lords appointment: Derry Journal

Let Republic foot bill for drugs mule Michaella's Peru jail transfer – Ukip: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Tax office jobs must be saved – McLaughlin: Derry Journal

County Leitrim Orange Lodge emblems project launched (Aug 3): Leitrim Observer

WW1 – 'Phenomenal' growth in interest at War Memorial (Aug 6): The News Letter

How Ireland remembers, or refuses to remember, WWI: Irish Post
Jim McAuley

Our forefathers of 1914 would envy us the peace we found: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Doherty

Parties should show accounts, says Sipo (Aug 8): The Irish Times

Senator wants probe to be held in Irish (Aug 8): Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

No currency union if Scotland votes Yes, says Miliband: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

It's Scotland's pound and we're keeping it, says Alex Salmond: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

English accents pipe up in Scottish independence debate (Jul 28): Financial Times
Mure Dickie

Devolution just an empty promise (Aug 6): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

PSNI organised meeting with Sri Lanka military adviser after Tamil massacre: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Friday, August 8

They promised Obama they'd build a shared future together. Now our squabbling First Ministers earn rebuke from Washington over a startling lack of progress: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gerry Adams – Peace process under greatest threat since Good Friday Agreement: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Up to the voter to give childish parties smack: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Stormont rudderless and weak: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Maiden City Accord backed – even by Sinn Fein: The News Letter

Bonfires – police attacked as council staff dismantle internment pyre in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Police attacked by petrol bombers at Belfast bonfire site: Irish News
Connla Young

'Union Jack will always by NI flag – Clarke: Antrim Times

Vandals won't dishearten us say Orangemen after graffiti attack on hall: Banbridge Leader

DUP will use vote-blocking tactic to keep Nelson McCausland in his job: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

OFMDFM's deafening silence after two weeks of questions: The News Letter
Sam McBride

HET was created to fail – Hugh Orde: UTV

Dead IRA terrorists are not fitting role models for young: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

The importance of recognising the hunger strikes for what they were: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

We must get to Kincora truth, says Kilclooney: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Family issue kept Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness away from First World War service: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Easter Rising seen as an exercise in futility: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

John Bruton responds to Gerry Adams – The lost chances of Home Rule: Irish Examiner
John Bruton

Glorifying World War 1 and denying Easter Rising 1916: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Debate on value of 1916 – Still trying to learn lessons: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Scottish independence – Even a No vote by Scots will lead to tremors in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Scottish independence – The Scots in England who want Scotland to go it alone: BBC
Nick Eardley

Yes or No, future is ours to write: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Council demands expulsion of Israeli diplomat from Ireland: Impartial Reporter

Republican group Eirigi storm Sainsbury's in Gaza protest: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Thursday, August 7

Apprentice Boys voluntarily adopt tough parade guidelines: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Historic parades protocol unveiled in Derry: Derry Journal
Rebekah Logan

Parades – Derry accord could offer way forward for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Nine arrested and charged after Coleraine disorder: The News Letter

Criminal blames UDA for arson that could have killed his family: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

UVF in race hate pact: Sunday World

We need to tackle racism and xenophobia across the board in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

INLA in drugs cash showdown: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Free sweets leave bad taste in MLA's mouth: Ballymoney Times

Cross-border officials and their 'lavish' pension pots – Storm over employer contributions that are twice Civil Service rate: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Robinson and McGuinness's department undermining itself with its bad manners: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Adams expresses sympathy to IRA victims' families in Derrylin: Fermanagh Herald

War remembrance stark contrast to 'IRA hunger strike march' to celebrate organisation which bombed Enniskillen service in 1987: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Kincora – How three men alerted MI5 officers to home's dark secret... and still nothing was done to stop the child sex abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McGlinchey welcomes legal action on Dungiven sports project: Derry Journal

Tributes to DUP president and party's 'father figure' James McClure (Aug 4): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Robinson among mourners as DUP 'founding father' laid to rest: The News Letter

What does Scottish Independence mean for Ireland?: Newstalk.ie
Richard Chambers

Scottish independence would not spark a War of the Worlds: The Guardian
Deborah Orr

Vote-less English, Welsh and Northern Irish urged to back campaign to save the Union: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Magherafelt flooding 'more relevant' to Mid-Ulster than Gaza – McCrea: Mid Ulster Mail

Wednesday, August 6

Parades Commission silent on Ardoyne inquiry: The News Letter

SDLP's stance on Ardoyne parade deadlock is wrong-headed (Aug 1): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Father Troy's blog helped to highlight Ardoyne absurdity: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP-Sinn Féin dispute leads to cancellation of aviation event: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Maze row – Martin McGuinness blocks charity aviation show: The News Letter

What Maze row says about Northern Ireland government: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Situation between Sinn Fein and DUP is politics at its most puerile: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Oswald Bradley – A decent man who didn't deserve the hand fate dealt him: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Loyalists try to pin attack on republicans: Irish News

Teenager travelled to Belfast to take part in loyalist riot: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Six arrests over Somme parade disorder: UTV

Fresh calls for Nelson McCausland to go: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Tyrone group receives £100,000 for peace-building project: The News Letter

Revisiting the Rising – what Home Rule couldn't have achieved: The Irish Times
Eamon O Cuiv

Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic are the countries they are today because of the First World War: Belfast Telegraph
Doug Beattie

Calls for statue to be erected in memory of VC hero: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams lashes out at John Bruton for calling the 1916 Rising 'a mistake': TheJournal.ie
Dan MacGuill

Politicians don't understand 1916 was a spiritual revolution, not a political revolt: Irish Independent
John Waters

The mantle of 1916: The Irish Times
Editorial

Paddy Barnes – Time for new flag and national anthem for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Commonwealth Games does not float Vinny's boat: The Irish Times
Roddy L'Estrange

Rise in Scottish 'yes' vote, poll says: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Scottish independence – KPMG survey says firms 'not planning for 'Yes' vote' (Jul 30): BBC

A message to my English neighbours (Apr 27): Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

If Scotland is to gain more freedoms, shouldn't the same thing happen to the north of England?: The Independent
Hamish McRae

Scottish independence – You can't reduce a 300-year-old union to a mushy peas analogy (Jun 6): Daily Telegraph
Fraser Nelson

Would anyone care if Northern Ireland left the Union?: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

'Jim Wells out of touch over Gaza' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Derry's response to plight of Gaza: Derry Journal
Editorial

Tuesday, August 5

Ex-Ardoyne priest Fr Aidan Troy does a U-turn over call to let Orangemen parade: Belfast Telegraph

Police plea over Apprentice Boys of Derry parade: The News Letter

Derrylin hunger strike march 'has re-traumatised IRA victims': The News Letter

Half of the changes to Stormont's victims service haven't been made yet: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why Dave and Enda must now take action: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

'Tricolours in Moy disrespect WWI centenary commemorations': Tyrone Times

Police union facing split over pensions as 300 vow to quit: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'No permission' for Maze aviation days: UTV

Dissident suspect (48) 'bugged grilling drug dealer' is refused bail: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

UUP condemns suspected sectarian assault in Coleraine: The News Letter

Disgraceful attacks on Protestant community says SDLP: Coleraine Times

Anger as pipe bomb flung at community project acclaimed by Obama: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Kincora's sordid, depraved history needs to be exposed: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ó Cuív says Bruton's remarks about Easter Rising 'delusional': The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Humphreys – John Bruton not speaking for coalition: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Home Rule of greater significance than 1916 blood lust: Irish Independent
John Bruton

'It is important we acknowledge those who died in World War I,' insists President Higgins: Irish Mirror
Victoria Murphy

World War One – Legacy of Connaught Rangers remembered: BBC
Stephen Walker

Republicans must honour war dead – Irish Fallen deserve respect: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Warm welcome for ceremonies on both side of the border: The News Letter

Jeffrey Donaldson urges more war history in schools: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Acting on lessons of the past – Talk not war brings real, lasting peace: Irish Examiner
Editorial

First World War centenary – Why we must never forget the sacrifice of an entire generation: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Belfast man told to leave Glasgow bar over 'sectarian' Northern Ireland flag: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'Culturally' Labour voters will decide Scottish referendum: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scotland promised extra tax and legal powers for referendum no vote: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

A shameful surrender to Sinn Fein's Sharia tactics (Aug 3): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Monday, August 4

Hunger strike commemoration takes place in Derrylin: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Derrylin hunger strike parade – Thousands march to republican rally, as Sinn Fein say 'it was never our intention to offend': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Gaza crisis highlighted at Derrylin march: UTV

High-profile on the run IRA suspect won't attend hunger strike commemoration in case he is arrested (Jul 29): The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Shameful hijacking of commemoration by the UDA: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Peace project summer scheme will 'build for the future' in Larne: Larne Times

Stormont's OFMDFM has no idea how many media queries it ignores: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Just one point between Sinn Féin and Fine Gael – poll: The Irish Times
Genevieve Carbery

Sinn Féin poll surge as Labour struggles: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Kincora – Westminster probe will see suspects 'shaking in their boots': Belfast Telegraph
James Hanning

Gardaí review security breach at Glasnevin WW1 event: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

President Higgins in Belgium to mark start of first World War: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Home Rule milestone 'should be celebrated': Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell

Pro-Cathedral service remembers Irish dead in WW1: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

The Presbyterian caught in eye of storm over 1916: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Paddy Barnes says 'it's not my anthem': The Irish Times
Johnny Watterson

Former world champion slams 'disrespectful' Barnes after anthem remark: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Royal Black Fermanagh parade – Warning on Scottish independence: The News Letter

Ethnic minorities prefer to identify themselves as Scots: The Herald
Tamsin Tyeson

Dreams of generations to face test of reality in Scottish independence vote: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Alex Salmond is good. Problem is, he knows it and he shows it (Aug 3): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Flags, hypocrisy and propaganda (Aug 3): Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Palestinian official says Northern Ireland's peace process could be model for Gaza as hunger strike rally passes without incident: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McMurry

Anger at Northern Ireland link to 'Israel's weapons of war' – Caterpillar bulldozers 'used to raze Palestinian homes' in Gaza: The Sunday Life
Suzanne Breen

Gaza – how long must we sing this song?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Yvonne Watterson

Gaza isn't Orange vs Green – The reality is that the tragedy does not break down into neat black and white: Belfast Telegraph
John McAllister

Sunday, August 3

Let Orangemen have their march, says Fr Aidan Troy: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

UDA parade – relaxed spirit of Ormeau Road won't be broken by this: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Peter Robinson is a leader who's not doing job (Jul 29): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Attack on Aughnacloy Orange Hall 'sectarian hatred': Tyrone Times

Police pensions revolt – Bid by 200 PSNI officers to oust union reps over retirement reforms (Jul 30): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Kincora sex abuse 'must be included in UK probe': Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

The Kincora scandal – 'MI5 tried to blackmail Belfast homosexual,' says whistleblower: Independent on Sunday
James Hanning

Northern Ireland's peace is haunted by ghosts who will not be silenced (May 4): The Observer
Susan McKay

Support in delivering anti-sectarian, anti racist message: Sligo Weekender
Luke Henderson

'Peace will bring prosperity' – Northern Ireland's big lie? (Jun 9): OpenDemocracy.net
Kellie O'Dowd

New NIO man voted against war in Iraq – then served in Basra: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paddy Barnes wins boxing gold and shrugs off anthem controversy: Daily Mail
Mark Stainforth

Boxers like Paddy Barnes and Steven Ward could teach politicians so much (Jul 31): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Why do loyal wee Ulster's sportsmen get the best and worst of both worlds? (Jul 30): Belfast Media

The Middle East with a northern accent: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Unionist call to remember all who laid down lives in WW1: The News Letter

Commonwealth Games fail to deliver 'Braveheart bounce' to Salmond's YES drive in favour of Scottish independence: Daily Mail
Brendan Carlin

Commonwealth games triumph 'will put Scots on path to independence', says SNP: The Observer
Daniel Boffey

Games feels like penultimate act of national confidence: The Scotsman
Pat Kane

Who cares whether English commentators like or respect Scotland? (Jul 29): The Spectator
Alex Massie

The shockwaves of terror must not bend the sacred rule of law (Jun 25): Daily Telegraph
Mary Riddell

Saturday, August 2

Derrylin parade – Victim seething at SF 'hypocrisy': The News Letter

Gerry Adams hits back at criticism of Derrylin parade: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ardoyne dispute – Orange Order welcomes priest's call: The News Letter

'Ongoing concerns' over internment march: UTV

Parades Commission must show consistency – Nigel Dodds: The News Letter

Ardoyne parade inquiry will require politicians to behave like grown-ups and resist petulant gestures: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Gregory Campbell – Republicans raising tensions in Dungiven: BBC

Bessbrook tragedy sparks sectarianism on Facebook – Pity we can't delete bigots of keyboard permanently: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

'Disgrace' as UDA accused of hijacking memorial to war heroes: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Annadale UDA memorial 'not funded by Housing Executive': BBC

Northern Ireland's first minister calls MI5 abuse rumours 'national scandal': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Amnesty calls for lifting of Official Secrets Act to help Kincora abuse inquiry: The Irish Times

Kincora – campaigners call for Official Secrets Act suspension to allow former intelligence officers to give evidence: Belfast Telegraph
Scott D'Arcy

Impasse on welfare reform hits us all: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Hamilton

US Ambassador to Ireland appointment held up by row: Irish Examiner
John Breslin

Massive Northern Ireland Troubles collection to become part of digital age (Jul 31): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Collector wants to gift huge Troubles trove to home city: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Tributes paid to prominent Republican Sinn Fein member (Jul 28): The Cross Examiner

Time for Ireland to remember those who lost their lives in first World War: The Irish Times
John Bowman

Will Sinn Fein chief Martin McGuinness attend the Great War service?: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Meet the Ulster Project kids (Jul 30): McPherson Sentinel

New labelling to solve North-South impasse (Jul 29): Irish Independent
Darragh McCullough

Are there two stranger Tweeters than Richard Dawkins and Gerry Adams?: Tech Digest
James O'Malley

Time for living on a prayer – Choose Divine Healing over Assisted Suicide (Jul 21): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Londonderry can be part of new 'continuator' UK: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

If Scotland Leaves, Will the Union Jack Still Wave? (Jul 30): New York Times
Katrin Bennhold

Five things to look out for as the Scottish referendum campaign comes roaring back to life: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Sinn Fein man sorry for 'shell' Israel call: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Emergency Gaza motion carried by Mid Ulster shadow council: Mid Ulster Mail

Gaza conflict – Unionists and republicans need to be 'critical friends' to both Israel and Palestine: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Friday, August 1

Peter Robinson's days are numbered say DUP veterans: Sunday World
Jim McDowell

Adams and Robinson lock horns over Derrylin parade: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Terrorist outfits and emblems banned from Derrylin republican commemoration: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Demand to punish parade rule-breakers: The News Letter

Tom Elliott responds to comments by Gerry Adams on hunger strike event: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Theresa Villiers parades plan is thrown lifeline: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Theresa Villiers needed to strike a very delicate balance to keep both sides on board: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Condemnation of WWI ruling: The News Letter

Republican march that sparked loyalist riot in Belfast last year is given the go-ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Orange Order plans memorial to brethren killed during the Troubles: The News Letter

Alan McBride – Paramilitary events insensitive to victims: BBC

'I share positive relationship with Martin McGuinnesss' says man whose son was killed in IRA bombing: Irish Independent

Father of IRA bomb victim speaks of positive relationship with Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

MP slams erection of tricolours near factory: Portadown Times

Oswald Bradley who drowned while swimming to tricolours is laid to rest: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Carron – I thought the election win would save Bobby's life but it didn't: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

MI5 'stopped Kincora abuse probe': Belfast Telegraph

£78m Stormont spending cuts is only the beginning: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parties accused of budgetary 'stitch-up': Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Stormont spending crisis isn't resolved, it's got worse, fumes David Ford: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Garda scandals linked to 'closed secret culture' (Jul 29): Evening Herald
Shane Phelan

Two men pepper sprayed by Gardai after heckling ceremony for Irish war heroes: Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon

Memorial atones for Ireland's maligned war dead – Irish President Michael D Higgins: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Remembering the Irish who fought with Britain in 1914: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Mulhall

Could Scottish independence realign Ireland, North and South?: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

Scotland's independence is left in the hands of a 'middle million' of switherers (Jun 30): The Guardian
Libby Brooks and Severin Carrell

Is nationalism at odds with the European project?: The Herald
David Leask

On this day in 1644 Parliament established a supremacy which lasted until 1973: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Police say "no offences" committed during Gaza protests: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland hears an echo of itself in Israeli-Palestinian conflict: Al Jazeera America
Wilson Dizard



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